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BiknSwans

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  1. The Ultimate Die Pack contains: 1 hold down die; 1 carbide sizing die; 1 Universal Decapping die; 1 expansion die; 1 Micrometer adjust seating die; and 1 Micrometer adjust crimp die. My press will arrive today and I plan to use the following setup: case feed de-cap swage (hold down die on toolhead) prime AND resize case mouth expansion powder drop powder check bullet drop bullet seating crimp
  2. I had a similar experience and found that I had shot a 9mm in my .40 S&W gun. I had dumped a bunch of 9mms into my .40 container of ammo. Very embarrassing .
  3. It's a hit. The bullet did not wholly pass through hard cover, and scores. Neither skipping off a barrel (9.1.6.3) or passing through a stick (9.1.7) prevents the hit from being scored. Grease rings or crowns are not a requirement for a hit to score. See the excellent article "9.5.5: The Misunderstood Rule" by Jay Worden in the September/October issue of Frontsight.
  4. 10.2.9 discusses leaving a 'shooting location', not a 'shooting area'. It does not apply at all in this case, it seems. 2.3.1.1 seems to define the applicable rules regarding "Forbidden Actions" and "Off-Limits Area". If the WSB meets that criteria in 2.3.1.1 (a)-(d), it's legal.
  5. Doesn't Appendix D8 - Pistol Caliber Carbine Division, #15 "Rules References" apply? All references to “handgun” are deemed to apply to PCC as well, except where the terms “holstering”, “drawing”, or “re-holstering” are referenced, and where otherwise noted. PCC specific rules are identified within this rules publication.
  6. I bought one of these funnels from Amazon and love it. I used it 6 times during my wet tumbling and drying process for pins and brass. Really beats grabbing handfuls of brass or trying to pour stainless steel pins into the tumbler. Not sure how I lived without it. Thanks.
  7. I use a food dehydrator with this timer: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DI5E00A/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I set the timer for 45 minutes, and then let the brass cool for another 45 minutes. The brass is bone dry, including the primer pockets.
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